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Empower Yourself With a Yes Date

By Ashley Previte October 14, 2019

How many times a day do you think — or even say — these things? I can’t do that; I have too much work to do. I don’t have time to go there right now.  I should be doing something more productive.  No, I can’t — I hadn’t planned on it.   If you’re like the… Read More

Stretch Your Body, Stretch Your Mind

By Ashley Previte October 11, 2019

Let’s say your morning begins with a fresh outlook, unwrinkled papers, and that optimistic feeling of being ready to take on the world. Then the day happens. Stress compounds and soon enough your attitude, like most of those fresh papers, starts to crumple. You can feel the tension claiming the muscles of your body. Your… Read More

Date Nights with Yourself

By The Room 241 Team October 4, 2019

You spend your days caring for your students. Maybe you get home and have to care for your own kiddos, or your partner…or your needy puggle puppy who won’t stop shredding all the toilet paper rolls. The point is, as a teacher, caring for others can quickly consume all your time. Before you know it,… Read More

Quiz: What’s Your Perfect Solo Date Night?

By The Room 241 Team October 3, 2019

There it is, right there, written in Sharpie — Date Night. The square box of your calendar contains the words, but the thought of actually dragging yourself out on a solo date is another story. You don’t really want to venture out of your comfort zone  — or spend effort trying to drum up the… Read More

You’re Definitely a Teacher If You Can Pass This Quiz

By The Room 241 Team September 12, 2019

Can we guess if you’re a teacher or not in the teaching game at all? Take this fun quiz and see if we’re right!

Summer Teacher Prep: Summer Self-Reflection

By The Room 241 Team July 23, 2019

Summer is the time to truly think about what worked for you this past school year, and what totally didn’t. Even if you had a great year, there is always room for growth. If you were constantly exhausted, behind on work, redoing lesson plans, or always saying “no” to social plans, it’s time for a… Read More

The Realities of Teacher Summer Break as Told Through GIFs

By The Room 241 Team May 30, 2019

That June Feeling Going calendar-less and getting blissfully lost in time. Turning off the alarm, but still waking up early every day. Actually having time to eat a real breakfast instead of a Pop Tart in your car. Doing a lot of planning for next year in between trips to the beach. School supplies go… Read More

Quiz: How well do you know these famous educators?

By The Room 241 Team March 29, 2019

How well do you know your famous educators? Take the quiz and see how you do!

What’s the Perfect Theme Song for Your Teaching Career?

By The Room 241 Team March 8, 2019

If you could describe your teaching career with one song, what would it be? The perfect teacher anthem will capture all the craziness you experience throughout the school year — the good times, the rough times, and everything in between. Take the quiz to find out what your perfect theme song is.

Are you a workaholic or just a passionate teacher?

By The Room 241 Team February 14, 2019

Being a teacher doesn’t stop when the bell rings. You take work home more often than not – it just comes with the territory. However, there is a fine line between being a passionate teacher and being a workaholic. Take the quiz to find out where you stand.

Quiz: Which fictional teacher are you?

By The Room 241 Team February 1, 2019

Remember your favorite fictional teacher? The one from a movie or show that inspired the very qualities you have in the classroom today? Whether it was the nurturing, tough love, or inspirational qualities you were drawn to, it helped shape you into the teacher you are today.  Take the quiz and see which fictional teacher… Read More

Teachers work hard, putting in tons of hours both at school and at home. They use their own money for supplies. They decorate classrooms to create beautiful learning environments. They create lessons, projects, and units that have to factor in an ever-changing landscape of “musts.” They have endless meetings and responsibilities on top of their… Read More

Learning from the past and innovating for our future — these are two crucial skills that aren’t focused on enough in our classrooms today, but some teachers are working to change that. Award-winning educator Luke Glassett teaches AP World History and Contemporary World Problems and serves as the head coach of a highly successful robotics team… Read More

As the calendar year comes to a close, it’s time to pause and reflect on our teaching practice. Teachers often focus on what we didn’t get done, what we still have to do, and the mistakes we’ve made along the way. This can quickly lead to burnout. It’s time to flip your reflection game and… Read More

What Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution?

By The Room 241 Team December 27, 2018

It’s always good to start the new year with ambitious resolutions. However, as teachers, you have so many goals you want to accomplish in a jam-packed school year that you tend to neglect your own physical and mental health needs. Self-care resolutions can not only be very achievable but can improve your quality of life…. Read More